Calendar of Events - San Juan Island Chamber of Commerce
Mobile Visitor? Go to ChamberByPhone.Mobi
Event Type:

May 2017
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Events available for Registration...





Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
05/05/17
 -05/27/17
Healing Waters - Mixed media Landscape paintings

Jennifer Williams’ - Healing Waters is a collection of landscape paintings offering an escape from our busy lives. In all her shows, Jennifer chooses a theme statement. In choosing this years theme of Healing Waters, she aspires for her paintings to be visual reminders of our fragile natural environment.

more info...
05/29/17
Tech Made Simple- Using the Internet- Free Class

Designed for the "non-tech savvy", Tech Made Simple Classes are fun, interactive sessions, free to everyone.  No Sign up Required.
 

more info...
05/31/17
Legal Codes and Talking Trees

Katrina Jagodinsky’s enlightening history is the first to focus on indigenous women of the Southwest and Pacific Northwest and the ways they dealt with the challenges posed by the existing legal regimes of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 
 
 

more info...
06/02/17
Get Familiar with Your Android Smartphone

Learn the basics of using your smartphone like how to make and receive calls and text messages. Explore built-in apps like the camera and maps, how to connect to WiFi, find websites, and download apps. Bring your smartphone and your device password. Please register at the Library and pick up a checklist: limited space available.

 

more info...
06/03/17
 -06/04/17
26th Annual San Juan Island Artists’ Studio Tour

This year 20 mutually supportive island art studios with over 60 artists have joined together to create the largest, most exciting and fun-filled weekend event yet. Take the self-guided tour to visit personal studios around the island and watch great art in the making.

more info...
06/03/17
Family Camping 101

San Juan Island National Historical Park and Island Rec are teaming up to teach camping skills 101. If you are a little overwhelmed by all of the gear, not sure how to set up your cooking scene, don’t know where to store your food or handle food scraps – no problem, we are there for you. We’ll also be going over great regional places to camp, animal and insect issues, building fires, how to set up modern tents, clothing issues, cooler storage, logistics and reservations, games and activities for kids, etc. Bring your whole family, we will have activities for everyone. Cost is for the entire family.

more info...
06/04/17
Mixed Couples Golf Tournament

Open to the public, the Mixed Couples Golf Tournament is a two-person, 18-Hole event, with each team having one man and one woman. Don't have a partner?  We can help you find one.
After the tournament, join us for Happy Hour with live music featuring Kate Schuman and Keith Busha.  You don't need to play in the tournament to enjoy the music.

more info...
06/05/17
Know Your Islanders Talk: Laurie O’Donnell

Photographer Laurie O'Donnell lived in South Africa for nearly four years and spent a year of that time living on a game reserve.  A wide array of birds and wildlife also lived on the property and Laurie was able to observe and photograph them:  numerous insects and colorful birds, elephant, a small herd of waterbuck, a pair of slender mongoose, and a female leopard.

 

more info...
06/06/17
FHFF presents: "LOST AND FOUND"

The Friday Harbor Film Festival Proudly Presents the Last in Our Winter Series: Audience Favorites: Lost and Found The Japanese tsunami of 2011 swept an estimated 25 million tons of debris into the Pacific Ocean. Some of it eventually washed up on North American shores, to be recovered by beachcombers who, in many instances, wondered about the back-story behind the running shoes, boat hull or volleyball they’d found.

more info...
06/07/17
Bounty: Lopez Island Farmers, Food, and Community

Bounty tells the story of what it takes to bring food from earth to table on Lopez Island.  Author Iris Graville and project manager Sue Roundy will describe how twenty-eight local farms participated in a community-funded project using photographs, narrative, and recipes to celebrate the abundance of fresh, healthy, local food.  Refreshments are courtesy of the Friends of the Library. San Juan Island Library, free.

 
 

more info...
06/09/17
 -06/24/17
Pacific Northwest Parables


Married painters, Anelecia Hannah Brooks and Charles Philip Brooks, debut a new selection of works at the gallery. Together, the artists’ paintings reverberate with quiet. Each piece reflects the ethereal atmosphere specific to our Pacific Northwest.
 

more info...
06/10/17
Salish Sea Early Music Festival

Giuliani's Guitar •

Virtuoso duos from the early 19th-century golden age for flute and guitar.

John Schneiderman, guitar

Jeffrey Cohan, eight-keyed flute


more info...
06/14/17
Tory Raggett: Learning to Look, Looking to Learn

Raggett, a painter, teacher and art historian, will give a 3-lecture series--The European Roots of Abstraction, The Seduction of Water, and Eye Candy--that combines slides and art history to stimulate your understanding and enjoyment of art. Please register at the Library: limited space available. San Juan Island Library, free.

 

 
 

more info...
06/16/17
Get Familiar with Your Android Tablet

Learn the basics of using your Android tablet from such manufacturers as Samsung, LG, Google or HTI. Learn how to use the web browser to search and bookmark websites. Learn how to use built-in apps like the camera and email and how to connect to WiFi, and download apps.  Please register at the Library and pick up a checklist: limited space available. San Juan Island Library, free.

 

 

 
 

more info...
06/21/17
Tory Raggett: Learning to Look, Looking to Learn

Raggett, a painter, teacher and art historian, will give a 3-lecture series--The European Roots of Abstraction, The Seduction of Water, and Eye Candy--that combines slides and art history to stimulate your understanding and enjoyment of art. Please register at the Library: limited space available. San Juan Island Library, free.

 

 
 

more info...
06/21/17
Thought Catching: San Juan Islands Sculpture Park

Thought Catching: A Journey through the San Juan Islands Sculpture Park features fifty-six poems by San Juan Islander David Mark Jenkins.  Come hear him read these brief, well turned, pointed, and witty poems and talk about their relation to the Sculpture Park.  Refreshments are courtesy of the Friends of the Library. San Juan Island Library, free.

 

 

 

 
 

more info...
06/23/17
 -06/25/17
Classic Film Series with Thérèse Finn

Classic Film Series with Thérèse Finn: June 23-June 25 at 7 pm
Classic Film Series with Therese Finn: And the Oscar for Best Picture Goes to...Confused about which film won Best Picture for 2016?  You are not alone.  Come see how the Oscar choice for Best Picture reflects the American society of each of three decades: You Can't Take It with You (Frank Capra, 1938); The Best Years of Our Lives (William Wyler, 1946); and On the Waterfront (Elia Kazan, 1954).  Thérèse tells all.  


more info...
06/26/17
 -06/29/17
Junior Golf Camp

The San Juan Golf & Tennis Club's annual Junior Golf Camp is open to kids ages 8-17.

Whether your kids have some golf experience or are new to the game, this is a great opportunity for them to learn a game they can play throughout their lives. 


more info...